I went back to my “Band of the Day” app for this week’s music feature, and couldn’t be happier about my latest discovery! David Vertesi’s smooth deep voice was the first thing about his album that caught my ear. Then I discovered that previous to this debut album, Vertesi is best known not as a vocalist, but as a bassist for the popular Canadian band Hey Ocean! Needless to say, I’m extremely impressed by the voice, the music and the lyrics coming from this album!
“Cardiography” by David Vertesi
“Deep voiced and loaded with finesse in his phrasing and a subtle pop charm, Vertesi is an endearing artist because he’s not interested in hiding the whims and desires of the human heart, he’s more interested in chronicling what happens when things happen to it.” – Alex Green, Caught in the Carousel
“Vertesi’s first solo album, Cardiography, is an intelligent and introspective collection of tunes about affairs of the heart, accompanied by a spare, evocative production informed by lo-fi pop…” – iTunes Review
Check out an acoustic recording of “All Night, All Night, All Night,” a great song from this debut album!
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